iTeach Juneau 2020

Agenda Join us in Slack Tuesday, March 17 Time Topic Presenter 9-9:30 Introductions Kendell 9:30-10:30 Engaging Students at a Distance Kendell 10:30-10:40 BREAK N/A 10:40-11:00 Case Study: Student Engagement Heidi 11:00-12:00 Student Discussion and Collaboration...

iTeach Online Workshop

iTeach Online is a cohort-based workshop where faculty work on building their courses in the company of their peers. Attention to best practices, course alignment, student engagement and usability are emphasized. Synchronous sessions allow for cohort building and tool practice.

Blackboard Bootcamp iTeach+

Blackboard Bootcamp Are you interested in gaining experience with Blackboard? Perhaps your students have asked you use it more for your resources? Join us for a beginning Blackboard Bootcamp to get the basics. This is a hands-on workshop so bring a laptop and...

PlayPosit Quickstart Guide

UAF eCampus has an institutional license for the PlayPosit interactive video tool for all UAF courses. PlayPosit allows instructors and students to add interactive elements such as quizzes and discussions to an existing video. For more information on PlayPosit’s...

Advanced Collaboration in GAFE

Alternative Uses Activity Based on an activity designed by J.P. Guilford in 1967, this activity is meant to exercise creativity (old idea, see what I did there?). Activity: In 2 minutes imagine as many new uses for an everyday object (provided)  by exploring beyond...

Better Tests & Quizzes

Slides Needed: note-taker Goals: driven by your discussion Resources Please add your ideas! On the iPad click the ” + ” near the bottom left to add. How do you know? VoiceThread You have to have Flash installed (allow use) Students  practicing language...

Emerging Pedagogies

Three Minute Learning Theory signup sheet Significant “Traditional” Learning Theories/Paradigms Behaviorism Cognitivism Constructivism (and Constructionism) Social Constructivism Experientialism Social and Contextual Learning Situated Learning Emerging...

Implementing the Field Trip in Your Online Classroom

**Make Your Next Field Trip Virtually Good by Dan LaSota (Teaching Tip) A Field Trip Activity Instructions: Ultimately you will create a “thing” and share it by completing the following steps: Choose an interaction with meat-space mediated...

Great Discussions and their Environs

WHY …   What are students meant to take away from discussion? What impact does it have? Activity #2 You must post three times each week. Your first post should be an original thought with at least one secondary source. Your second and third posts should respond...

iTeach2 Open Education

Alan Levine, Open Educator (Connector, Maestro, etc) Recent Project: the UDG Agora Recent class: #netnarr (Networked Narratives), “an open connected course of digital storytelling, world building, civic imagination, and a bit of digital alchemy.”...

Through the Learning Glass – Studio Tour

A taxonomy of course videos produced by UAF eCampus Video  can be an important part of a rich online course, particularly for increasing instructor presence and delivering domain knowledge. It’s also something that students now expect to see in a sophisticated...

Frames and Lenses

Introductions Who Are You? Who Are We? In a Word Some Fundamental Models Information Fluency The Learning Assessment Cycle Personal Learning Environments  

Invention and Quality

In this discussion-driven session we will collaboratively construct a history of invention related to teaching and learning. Within this context we will address  quality and more specifically, we will situate Quality Matters. Questions to consider: How do we learn? Do...

Virtual & Augmented Reality for Engagement

We will take a look at some of the most interesting emergent  technologies and consider their pedagogical value. You will need to have the Aurasma App installed  and Aurasma account set up for this session. Homework for this session – watch the following video....

Blackboard Advanced

Adaptive release Allows content or assessments to be shown to students based on an action that they perform. Terminology rule – basic adaptive release contains 1 rule per action; advanced adaptive release may contain multiple rules. criteria – the elements...